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they are advertised, and give number and date of Hat.
IF" The office will open at 7X A.M.. anddosaatf
P. M. Sundays-Office will open from A. M. to 10H
No. 52.—December 24, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
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Arthur Mrs C Alf Maria Aditon Clcom'
Anderson Jane Adams MrM J Abbott Mlas K
Ame Miss Louisa Allen Mrs Mai v Armstrong alls
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HI. I ley Sirs B M BlackbumeMistG Bachus Martha
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Bamberger C M Blshep Mrs J It "(trial fwr Mar
iUi'hlia (Caroline Rnwea Kin James Bannister Mi(S
It.nlra llhai1ittd Bm ,U- Uiji It llrnfluf-lr Marv
Bell Miss Kate Bavouset Miss P Briscoe Elisabeth
Bedford Miss Kate Banks Fennel la Bryan Mra Kllen
Bniand Miss Kate Barlow Beiiecoa
Kerry Mrs Kate B JJ Miss Suae
Butler MrLyduvH Barlow Mras B 0
Blanchcr M'me D Bell Mrs Susan
Brass Mrs, Blgelow aisrie ti
Blackburn Ella
IBerkav Hllsa A .
Tm) Mira Kllta
Bohen Miss Kllen
Browns
Brown HlUa F - Brown MiKat--tteowa Wis Mary
Brown ElUubeth Srowa 11 nMJ. 3MWn Jifttje, j
Brown Mrs Sarah
Clifford Almcdia Christian Hurtle AConboys Mollie
Ciu Adeline Campbell Jennie VColeman Mary J
Cottinglism OallleCole Julia Ann Conklin Margaret
OiverClarisaa Cornell Julia CembsPhehe
Cullum CarrieG Cornish Kate C 1 Cooper Sarah '
Coleman Diana Galanell Lou ' :;'ClstonSmh
Clifton Ella Carpenter llsrg't Colfia Sarah J
Campbell Kllen Crane 11 M Carder Sarah A
Carney Ellen Cluunberlin II B PCook A 8
Clawson Elita'Ui Cooper JSuunaL Cook Nancy
Craig Eliza ,
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Paris Miss Biddie Davis Mrs I Dillon Miss K 3
Ui-emui M iss B Drans&eld Mrs E Derne Mrs L L
Dobbins Miss 0 A Doiusen M.-s t Dyer Mrs Mary
I), villi Mrs (1 Dodar- Mlsi V B. DnrantslrsM
Davidson Miss D Dart Miss France! Dickerson Mrs M
Dart Mrs It lietuie Mrs Mary
Davidson MissSH Daniels Hilly
DufTy Mlai Mary De Harte Miss P C
Poly Mrs Mary Doraallle Rosina
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Kilmer Mrs H A Elssr Mrs M
Ellis Mary A Keleston MrsM
Fmerson FannyJ Edwards Miss M
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Frank Mrs F FtttsimmonsMarv
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Foster Mrs l FwrhMissK Ferguson Miss M
Turman Miss E 3 Fitzgerald Mill L Foster Mrs M
French MUs E P
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Urn ham Miss At GeyerMinH OrifSnMtssMO
Oanlner Mi.s E Gilbert Miss H H Goshen Miss R A
UibsonMrsEO Grose Jane tiordonMrsA
Uourl.y Miss V A Dowdy Mina L Ceanan Miss S
Grimes Miss F J Goodwin Miss It Gall Mrs W
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Hinckley MisC Hamey Mrs C Hewkelt Mrs C
Hicks Chtrlotte Heard Catharine Hughe y Miss E J
Dnhney Kmily
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Dixon Nancy
Day Virginia P
Kley Catharine
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Flinn Mrs A
FineCarolitie
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HhIvMissII HayfordMrsH
Hamilton Miss J SIHoftr 31 iss J A
Ileniage Mrs J HassonMrsK
Hoobs Miss L B Horton Mrs M
llrurkell Mrs M A Haptwell M J
HobbsMrsMC Hallam Miss N J
Herman Miss M Hunt Phebe A
Hamilton MissSJHuson Miss g J
Houston Mrs X
Hints MreGD
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Humphries Miss J
Halter Miss L
Hayes Miss M
Hill Mrs MAS
Harr Mrs N
Hat&eld Mrs 8
Hacker Theiesui
Hayfotd Mrs W Bliughes Miss VT
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Jones Mrs Susan Jones MifsElectorJones Mrs Betsy
Johnston Miss S Emma R John Miss Mary
Kelly Mrs Kate Kennedy Budget Klinefelter Mrs E
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Kemmon Airs juiiabyons aiiss m Lioouit miss n
tinkman Miss C Lowry Miss MaryLeathers Miss S
Liggett Mrs M A Leech Miss M A Laughlin Miss 8 A
Level Mrs Lotty Lloyd Miss Mary Louge Mrs Vice T
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McCord Mrs E M McDonald Miss J McDonnell Mrs M
McClintock Mrs E Mcintosh Miss K McCafferty Irs M
McBride Mary A a T ;,
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Mark land Miss A Myers Mrs Delia Miller Mrs H J
Matthews Miss C Myers Mrs Eliea MerriltMrs H F
Marshall Mrs C 3 Morgan Mrs E Morphy lira H
Mayer Miss Clara Miller Mrs Emily Murrey Miss Kate
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llliller Miss Lucy Miner Mrs Erwin Mondowny Misi 8
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Madison MissLucyMedary Miss MIMosersMrs T
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Mooney Mrs M H Mason MuBNellieMiller Mrs Nancy
Miller Miss MaryE Miller Mrs KancyMaoonona Mrs R
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Nnonan Ellen Mew lan Miss M E Nicholson Mrs J
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O'Donnell BridgetOsborn M A Mrs S O'Harrow Nelly
0r Mrs Eliza Oi ton Mrs (IV Ogden Mrs Susan
O'Briou Ellen Overton Misa M Orton Mrs Sarah
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I'ettiboneMrs A Porter Mrs MJ Palmer Miss M J
Pyne Mrs Ella Paull Mrs Mary Parker Mr Peter
Palmer Miss E Patterson Mis M MProthacker Mm W
I'omeny MrsG Peyton Mrs Jane Prener Mlsj Mary
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KundallsMrsA Koho Mrs E Riely Miss Mag
Itohitison Miss A itoslnborce Mrs 0 Beeo Mary A
KobbinsMrsEJ Richardson 8 0 e ,
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StewnrtMIss ' ScoU Miss Ellen THelles Migj M F
choenlirun Miss Sumner Mrs 11 A Smiley Miss M II
Amelia Seymore Misll Scott Miss Mollie
Singleton Mrs A Scanlan MissC SimminsMrsJO
rjnm)ileMissKate Snowden Miss M Shepherd Mrs 0
StoiinontMrsM Simpson Hiss E Short Mrs Marv
Stilley Mrs R B Shoemaker MissM Sypher Mrs E A
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Btaiery missis nerouino h.s ai Bay re Miss S
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Smith Mrs CM
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Watt Miss Anna 3 Williams D P
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Williams Mrs A WellsMissE
Welch Miss B Weatherheel F
Widner Mist C T, Wheeler MlfS J
wooujnisst: ,, walker miss j
Wright Mrs C
Weils il iss C
Smith Mra Mary
TbomaaMiss M
Vickeni MissM
Wren Miss M
Woodruff Miss V
Wilson Miss M
Williams MissM
Watts MlM M
White Mrs N
Whi taker Miss L Winder Mrs W Wi
Vounglilnod Miss Eliia
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Arnold J 3 Andrews John
Alh-uA Ahler John Q Askew NB
Adkins Adoluhus Alexander Jas Atchison Kolit
Appleby Friincij Alexander J Abbott Thos J
AlmontUll AllKrtJohn Armntrong F W
AIvhIiD Annstroiig Ssnil Alvonl E S .
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Brandt Henry llrossart Chas
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Benton Cbaa R
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Brasher It M
Bunows Kobt
Barrv P M
Bon bIi ton Rev P
Buckingham Kobt Barttl Ik Weber
Krutenahl Bros Bruce Henry
Brekninn J no
Book J no
BurnH Capt Jno
Bell Sylvester
Brownrig Saml
Biadley S R
Bighorn W m ,
Bishop DrSW :
Bolt Wm A
Buington Wm
Biiscoe Warner
Bond Thoj
Buck TP
Bowers Francis
Brooks Ed 8
Blake Lyman .
Butler LD
Brown Mr
Brown Aaron
Connelly C '
Beefe Jno
Bl ck Jno 3
Bowman 3 G
Bourke Jno
Baughman Isaac :
Bradford Jai t
Bromley Robt D
BullenBPtt Co
Broadwell Chas R
Bishop Jonathan
Blackman II H
Belman Jno
Banes Henry
Bagot Jas
Benton H B
Bird Henry
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Crowell StChilds CharrobuigH
Cox Ahner
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Beveridge T H
Bishoo T R 8
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Blancy Ambrose
Baxter Kd i
S titer Eugene
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Blasdell B W
Booher D
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Beokwith Frank Buckner H 3 ft Co
Burnett Ell E i " BlackbuJn Wm
Baker Jno F , Bush Saml G)
Burkliart W H 1 Betty Ewd
Btynes Win Berckes Prank
Burnestnn Wm M Baldwin WmH
Brown Symmes K Brown Saml C i
Brown Isaac U
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Church J 0
Crist J F3
Carter 3 W
Crtsler J
Cliauin L
C route W
Clark J F
Clark I
Carter 8 R
CordesL
Cnlver L V
Coleman Jobs Cells M
Chandler J Cheerer M
CuuDingnam K vuuonover A
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CtumbenBF
Cleary P
Corwlne R
Clark E A
Chlkls W B
Cone 8 W
marks H
Cowing IBS
CopelenG W
Carey OAS
Cbamherlln 8
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Campbell M J
Cummins T
Clarkk Brotheia Carpenter k Yer CrelgS
ClaxkEH
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D illi r Dan
Il-'nver Samuel
Done J S
D'gtfins J w
Data R C
Dartley William
Dyer fl K
DufTee lleniy
D.iititett Henry J Drew J C
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De Laine Jas E
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Dunham James
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Kdmonds Rldi'd Early Wm A
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ClayT
Dosh Cyrus
Derbyshire D R
Dartwell Wm B
Desmonrl John
Dlmond James
Daniels 3 1 R
Davidson CaptWF
Davenport John L
Dillon John
Darling John
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Eaton Dr Glee
Elliott John
! Kmmett James M
KthereiljeSrH 8
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Foster CK Finch ED Freeman HO
Kox Alfred F FeohoerFL lord Dr J A3
FolsomChasWat'laggOarr i FrishJohnF
Fish George W Pinan Frank Freeman Lewis
Fuller 0 W " Ftsher Hon Hdwd Floyd Blchanl 1
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Foster 1 H
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Felting Wm
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Uraydon B
French Henry
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Grady BO
DutMl AhAl S
(laraghty Chu F Grouse t Carpen-Graves oo M -Gnrrfson
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Greene Ellhu Greene Jacob Greene i Wesley
lilbbs Joseph Gennett James Gold John
GuldJohn - GoldnerJ Givenjnhn
HallowayJohnMGreene Henry B GogginJohn
Grim J Grayhill John Greaves James :
Grantmaa H Golden James Gibson Hes
GilHwnJT Good Lewis - Greenwood Mosei
a rover Marshall Graham Patt Girardin C H
Oilmore Patrick Graham Robert Galllaon Wm H
Greenwood W H Goodwin wm , Gang Wm
Uibbi Ihoinas
Hartshern A 3
Hllea Aaron 3
Home Chas W
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Oarett 8 T
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R.nra Abraham Horev A H
Hortshorn Uhas Hudson t V
Hsrfeld Adolphus
Hsiibt A B Howe Prank
Howard Geo W H Hushes K K - Houek Geo W
HollisterGeo Harding Jens How John
Ilognn John S Hutchinon Jos IlolTmanJII
Heokrotell Hudson Thos D Howard J It
Hackney Wm K Hoil n sn J f Hand lock N
Horner ID Holt WD Haters John
Ila.1 ley John HewettCo Henily Saml
Hullwrt John E 3 Hilton Lemul G Uarcourt T J
IlennessOrrin A Hawkins Stacy Horton H H
Hammond Wm Hcndersuott JW5Hinchey Wm
Henricka SolomonHicks Wm Hall Jas
Duller Henry Howard Win Hamilton Wm R
llillsmnn Harry HausscheSti Uamilton James
Harbin John H Huston Wm
Initials
To the publishers of the Life of John Brown, of Kanaa',
or The Harper's Kerry Insurrection Santa Glaus
r. o & ii. ii captain or ma urcac
Democrat Editor or the Parlor
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Jaciiuet Ad
Irwin David
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JreyOtho
Jenkins Wm 9
Johnson Chas 8
Jones Geo 8
Jones Fred 0
Western..,
Magatine.
Jacob & Bon
Jeffrey A A
Joslin E M
John M
Jacobs Peter
Ives W A
Jones Gabl N 3
Jones Frank J
Johnson J H
Johnson Wm
KellvWuiT.
K rammera Kohm Kirch Aaron
Klnkel Daniel Knox David W
Kilruy Rev E B Kennedy V H
Kinasley II E Knox James
KineitonJas3 Keith J
Kennedy Key 8 K Kelso Stephen A
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Lltson Asher Le Blane fl H
Lewis Rev C F Laird Joshua
Lawrence C II Lewis Dr J F
Lauhner Andrew Lewis John L
Lowrv U
L ck Charles
Jasper Dr. Chas
Jamison David
Jordon James
John Peter
Jacobs T
Johnson A
Jones E B
.lohnscn E H
Jones Joseoh W Johnson Robt
Jones Theodore A Jones Wm D
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Kellv Merchant King A L
Kennedy Andrew
Aiine lflvtn u
Kostner J R
Kinney John
Knight M
Liverpool J H
Lanntng J W
Lewis J 0
Lender Lew
LiamesChas J
Lee Geo P
Lenvel Ueo C
Little Ebeneser
Lsshir Frank
Moors WH
Morrison T H
Miller Richard
Mason John 3
Maunt Charles
Meers Dr
MaxfleldGW
Maxuire Francis
Mack El aha
Malony John
May John
Millson Joseph
Mitland John
MitobellJ
Morgan James
Massey James
Mare Levi
Miuee Wm II
Mulloy Thos
Mnrcury W A
Lynch Henry A Levy Michael
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Lawrence T 0
Lamont Wm
Loyd W H
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Luts Jacob
Landis Harry S
Limpus John
Levi J M St Co 8
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Moore James Moore Charles
Morris Charlta Morris W H
Miller Wm Miller Jacob
MytranUC Mullen Albert
Meonart Augustus Msrr Chancy M
Myers, Whie It CoMeston G
Mygatt George MayhewPaveA
MulrharD ' Mitton Daroy 0
Slay David Merrill OH
MaetkeDr Julius Mattlerjohn
Michael Henry Maguirejosenh
Mitckel James M MaQiias H K
Merrick Hart Mlnajli Hugh
Mehoney John H Merrit Jeremiah
aiaiusaer joaepn .tiacaer jonn
Harsh John D
Mackllng Philip
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Mead Slichael
Maver Richard
My era Theodore H
Moruaunt w A
Mon tei tli
Mann W D
Molony Thomas
Macs
McCalie Charles McCarter Daniel
McCann L 3 McClintoolt g
McCullough Jas SMcCamh H 8
McCulInm James McKee John F
McLaln Barnabas McLaughlin PafkMcArthnr A J
MclntrreWmF McGann Patrick McDonald John
JleParlln relix Men Icnnif wm
McGuire Patrick
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Nash Abial Neal Emanuel
Nutter Charles Nelfard David
Nugent Geo! 3 Newburg Wm
Neucerger IUtph'l Nichols Dr T L
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McCullum H
McCullum R
McOroarv Philio
McMillan Jon'thn
McNauutre Wm
Newburger J M
Nloollailn F A
Nevers Edward
Owen i Lane &
Dyer
O'LearyJohn .
O'Connor W F
O'Connor Jr Rrna
Ouliarbeck George O'Neill Jamee
Owen L H Oldrick Owen G
Osborn Tom
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Pettersnn Cale 3 Parris Ed Putnam Capt 3 M
Perry ChaaH Patton Frank Pope John r
Paroles Capt B S Piggott Humphrey Perry John
PratuBN Peters Henri , Phelan Michael
Paxton Dr C 4 Pnelstone James Paul Louis
I'arter A iN Pritner Huvhes Vaniun Wm -
i-omerov ueorge feeie nenry
Parrel 1 W A
Phelps 8 F
Pridget Thos
Patterson John D
Pannes ueo W
Penry Frank Pidgenn Jas E
l'hares Geo W Pane J R
Payne Wm Potts Joseph
Purmart W F Potts C A
Palmer 8 D Phillips Rev T AOPieroe 0 0
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Robinson Joshua 2Rlse G W Radford John
Robinson B Riley J 8, Jr Reid H,jr
Robinson HandinsRees Read James
Robinson P E Rocan ft Family Rorick James
RlehardsonCapJFKeminglon 0 A Rea John h
Richardson EPF Rawken Alex'der Hearts Harrison
Richardson B F Reevea nrafroM Ritpr Twux. B
Klcliards T Police Ryan John Reed Henry
Ready Patrick Reid PS Richard M J
Robbtns R H Rolosaon Wm II Rooney Patrick
Rows Wm Russell Wm Rich A k Bro
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Smith Thos W G fimith C Smith D Clifford
Smith F Smith George J Smith Joseph
Smith John R 3 Smith Job Smiti James 8 3
Smith II Q a Smith Martin L
Smith Noah Smith P J
Smith Walter 0 Smith SC
Smith Harry
Smith L N
Smith W II
Smith T J
Scott A
Scott Joseph
Stephens Job
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Shaw Anson
Scott Hon J
Scott Edward
Stevens
Stewart Col 8 W 9 Stevenson Willi Soear Chas J
Sampson Chas Short A Shipley & Smith
oiiawk Abel Huxton il Beabury
Sprow George Stump Ellslia
Steauhlck George Sanders George
Sonfleld Henry Shadlnger Jacob
Shiner John - Sanders Hugh
Stockton Landon Story L
nparas itusseu tttrnlt uctavo
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Shannon Thos
Biphers Wm
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Thomas David T Tannihill & Cun-Tubeiing H
Thomas Henry nlnge Thrasher John
Thompson J W Tucker Chas True John
Thoniuuon Alex Townlev K a Tnrrln Miim . I.
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Town ley John
Tmiri Uarrv
Terry. Agleshy ftTrubue Isaac H Thorn Wm K
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Turnet B ft Co Tragger John Tarrance Wm
Tennis ft Dangler Tiernan James Teale Henry 3
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Shaw Henry F
Scott Wm
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Stevens WmB
Button Allen M
Saiton Benj 8 .
Scally Edward ' '
Suter Jas A
Swain Lemuel
Hweny Merit
Steele Theodore
Strieker Simon
Sanford S W
Stockwell W H
Taylor Henry
Taylor Asa
Taylor Frank
S lade Win
Shannon T J 3
Salter Thomas
Tobln Patrick
Tott;n W W
Thayer Win M
Virt David
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Tickers EF
Vernan Edmund
Vatsa Wm
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White Thayer D Wilson Thos P
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Wheeler Willie
Wheeler Jno W
Walker T R
White And Walker Saml 8
Wright N D Waid And P
Webster Andreas Ward Geo
Wei lington Alfred Ward 1 as
W lldman ft Co Wever Wm A
Wines Chas Warren Sam B
Walthall A Q Woolen ) V
Watkins Matthew Whitehouse Dr D Woods Roht
Wolf H 8 Wagoner Lewis Waters Frank
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Wentworth 8 M Webster Isaac B
Wateihouse I L Ware Geo
Woodhridge I M Whetsell J J
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Watkins Jas Wiley Jno B 3
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Wilson Ed N
Williams Jos P
Williams I A
Williams David
Williams U
Williams D A
Warrington Robt
Weslev Fredk
WoodE
West Saml
Woodrulf Wm 3
Weeks Thos B
Wei Isted Thos H
YelksrQeoL
Young Thos
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LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE NEWPORT
Post Office, December il, 18fct:
Austin Joseph Ayers Morris Atkins R H
isusnmiasu Bridges wm
Barry N J Browu Miss M
BernertMissT BayerJ
Bell John Backer J
Bain Mrs A M Bart E
Brown Wm C 1 Bell Mrs E 3
Brumer J X Bohlluger Jno
Bancroft Mrs ElisaBell James
Baker An Bay ley A
Brogan Wm 8 Bailey Mary
Clark Mrs Anns F Carve y Danl
ClnnnA Mh I. flhimhiM Onl.t
OonWSV John CarnthpraMea P
Clifton Miss LulleCsllaham Mrs M Clinton John P3
Uaesne Mrs Caverley Mrs SWCarral Mrs C
Carry Anthlna .CariganMrsM Caughlln MlssM
Cooper Martin Card John A Cook WD
ChmtopherMnCH Delta Mr Dommel Michael
Duokwons Miss 8 Davidson Miss B Deal Mias Jane
DavidgeDrRH JSDickson Wm U Dixon Mrs Ml
Laviarjaran ianieis jnaa
Domenlce G Day on Wm
EldenMraWm Kims Henrv
English James
Austler Wm
BernadieneG
Belsel Carl P 3.
Brown MissM
BwverMissE
BristlerJ
BeishlagMr
Byler T A
Brown Wm 8
Basset Miss P
Clarke Charles
Cortlss Uenry
in las John
Ford Mrs Mary
Field V A
Freeman Wm
Uossln Mrs Elite Graham Mrs R
uates Harry
Garter Peter
IlagretJnoD
Horn I
Herrman John
Hoch Frederick
Hugh's Richard
HohelngGtfl
Howe Hsnqr
tUfrisbai
Durbrv Mr
Elliott John?
Ellis R J
Frerierieh Anftnn
Foster Mrs Eliia Faming Miss Mary
Kelkln John Promoter Harl
Prison M Fowler Mrs M A
Graham Mrs K Glas H M
Gordon J D Gabbs C h is
GralT Jacob Gossin Mrs Ellsa
Henian B ' Harleman Edwin 8
Hopkins Sal He HutterBenJ
Hynes Catherine Hence F
Hynea Catherine Herman Charles
Hoerleln L Hnah.i Rnoh
.owaia kirsabsUi Hemmsrls Mrs
artig Adam
ii rt s g
Han ton John
MSSHVfwSS) WM ft
Hasting James
Huddlesn Peter
Harte Joseph
Hovey Mrs
Hartman M
Johnson John
Jackson A A
ITackei-a I
Haynes JR
KlouerJ W
nelly Jno I
K roll Joss
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Kletchel Q
Kuhl Anthony
Kinsela Mrs B L Loomls A J
HarrisJV
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Hewal Elisabeth HlneyTUchard
Hufnagel George Johnson Mrs
Jones Chas J . Jones Even L
Jolly Benj , Kuui John
Kerlin Joseph Kaln Wm R
Kemmerer Nicolas Kock James
Kuglsn Frank . Knight John
Keho Dennis , . Kramer August
Kinsela Jas ' Koch Mis Anna
La Rue Misa Ellis
Latham Allen LaiighneyBridgst Lincoln Mra
Michael iiesiie uoro Lutton JohnB
l.aiiu viourau iiinx a
Leonard
Lewis Wm R
Meland MrsH
Miller Mm N I
Mason Win
M els ter Geo
Miller Peter
Mural N M
Morton Miss E
Miller L G
McClure 1 8
IloriisMrsMsrft Miller Mary . .
Mai thy B MorrU UlssJmnle
MllllsonHS ' Murphy Horton
Main Mr Miller Chas
Moaker Konnd Mills Mrs J B .
SlarllnCJ , Miller Mrs Jane
MagrahJas Miller Julie Ann
MonroeMiaR!timihMonMue Loranen
McKelfM Rrl.luet aielinari, Hall
leuomig Juissn o mcurew x j. . . Aicuanei o at
NlleaJatO Nichols OD . Nelson HT
Node Thos n Nelson Martha
Owen Uenry Ott George,
O'Beirne Henry O'Col Thos
Pell George PrlohardGeo
Neele Charlotte
Neason John
O'llara Mr
O'Biwaui W 8
Frosser K B
Felllt Jus H 3 Puree H B
Pertiles Miss M J Pratt Mrs N E Parker Miss F
Paiker John
Page Mrs Cath'e
Poshner J G
Rati ley Louisa
Kafleity John .
Klterueo w
Porter Nary Jane Philips Mill Cells
l'icKieman ueo fnrter il
Pnntel J Redlinn Philip
Robinson Mr Reaf Thos
Riepshe Henry A Ryan Richard
Rrirnrjer M Renaher
RoomentaMraE KeldenerO " Rlcker Oaspsr
Bicker James 11 Richard! James 2 Rohertson Sam'l
Kyan ftirsM a Hatrcrty Bridget
lUndoluh W 9
Ridden Natha'l
Schaat John
Still Abraham
Slackt Miss A
Shunghen John
Sherman J W
Sareikort J P
Schortcll Mrs J
Stelnhauser J
SaithMrs
Smith AI iria
SchmeadtJohn
Todd Mrs i K
TaylorD B
Thomas Olive
Thomnsor M
Wilson Miss SD
Rtnuo Wm
Swift James t
Schellenhach J
Snyder Adam
Srfirlln William
Shields Mrs M
8toi.e J K
Sine Mrs Mary
Srhannon Patt
Smith John
Smith Him M A
Schmil Nicholas
Townsend T B
Troiher Anion
Thompson Miss J Ten-el ft 8
V . 1.1- tnnnW IVaWa. U
flUl III. lBl("Vtf MTOfll iUIS
tv Bi
Smith O II
Sherlden Michael
Schrim Wm
BhirloyThomas
StewaW Thomas
Bteli.forlhJH
Searing O
Belman Q
Schannan Mathew
Smith Mrs Sarah
Smith C M
Tliacker Mrs LS
Townsend Mrs
Thomas Mrs J J
Widan W Williams n S
Woodward Mrs M White Mrs U While Wm
WebsterCatberineWinton alias S 3 Wilson Franv
Wnber RAW Ward TiW Walllbeck Mies
WallnerJohn WicardB Weber F
Wagner Annie Weasel A WaguerIC
Wade M las M Ware John J '
Persons calling for these letters please say they
advertised.
The Poat-offloe Is open on Sunday from nine till
o'clock. J. Q.A.FOSTER, P.M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINGTON POST
American Eagle Andrews Be vWC Atoman Eliza
Aiexanaer mne nrouoru a at ii
Bradley Saml 8
Burton Edward
Bate Mrs S
Bumctt Uenry
Costa S
Con ley JasC
Coulson John
Collin) Lewis
Craig Mrs A
Lodge
Bohhit Margaret
lileik win H
Blackburn Mary
Beall Robt
Rruckman N
Oimens America
Coitiy Nancv
Clusky James
Canberrv L
Crocket Alarguet Crawtont Mar;
uoxe unas r
Donohoe Mary
Deckers Anna
Dounton Cbas
Dudley Frank II
a vans oi lis
Ram Robt
Banks John T
Bucluuan Rachel
Bishop Wash
Carr Liezle E V
Oullins lirlen
Caraghau Mary
Coleman C
Clancy Morgan
Corrinth Jennie
EnseyHP
Frev John
Flarahan M 8
Fin lay Robt
Fell John
G bbinKate
Hunt R W
Hanteny Bridget
A
y
CreamarEUtaVthCrawford M
Depnch A Dougherty Mollie
Dempaey Thos Davis Thos J
DolliMSAnn " Doyle 1'hos
Donoaghue Ellen Erran Mary
ij
Emerson MrsT J Evans Mrs
Pita patrick M Fleshner Margar
rarreu ueseiia
Foster Mrs
French J H
Gosney r M
Oravener Jas
Frazier Jas
Folia Wm . .
fan ley Annie
Gray Joseph
OrayWm
nam rim at uo
Harteny Ann S
Horn Cms
Hanton Jane
Uemdon Rebecca llewlt Elisabeth
HardkingWmM HoldenTlios
Hall Mary
Hopper Mrs 0 A
Harrison Sophie
Heaiy Bridget
Hathaway Si 1
Hill Catherine Holmes Jacob
HamiltonViriiniallull W W
Johnston Annie Jones Jno E
Jaquett Elizabeth Banlin Peter
IV
err Ella
iusley John
yne Jeremiah
Uannen James
Howell Miss L
JarviiMary
ohnston J Wm
Keves Wm
Keutuckiaa. Edi Keen Jno S
tor or riem oaine:u iiannen ueorge
Lewis Nancy Lynab Ma-y Ann Lair Rebecca
Liinvuteiqary iiauryjoun iees uarnec
Lowe Jas F Msrgan Crsella Morton Mary
Murray Hannah Morris Catharine Morrison Mrs
Morriasey Mary MaygonswmB Morris Martha
Mullen Ellen Morrow J WJ Malonia Sarah
Mnvson Robert Malwell Jnaenh Nolan Mrs Jans
O'llara Michael Obrien Mrs J t Pare! Susan
Preston Wm PinexLC(Iexpect)Pumme l John
Parker Hannah J Pendleton W A Peaoher James C
rattone missh
Price Hackey C
Robinson Marg 8
Ricken Augustus
RiehardsO A
Ritchie Frank 8
Ray John
Stevens Judge
Shanklin J ft Jas
SIminesEO
Htrate H
Sweeny Ellen '
Pueh Emma and Prise Wm
Mahals Patterson John
Rlggs Master 0 E Roe Annie M
tcoscn fony nusseii aaian -Rusk
Eveline Raid Sarah J
Raymond Mary ARuike Joseph
Ruay William l'.uat Frank B 3
Ravall J B Rerdoh Marv
Schdettler Henry ScotcWilliam
Stoddard J B Boott Virginia
SneadJW , Skiff Augusta
pencer Mrs a snerman n
tra
Mraight or Strata Soillman Howard Tinalev Charles
TranerJasK TrilerHN TobinPJ
vaile Catherine Verity Michael West T F
White Lucy Ann Whitaker ft SmitbWatts Sarah
WeidlerNora Wilson WmH
2 Br 1'ost.office ooeiu Sundays at nine A. V.. and
closes at ten A. U.
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
BUSINESS CARDS
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A. B. COLVILLE,
BeaJp Hanafaetarvri
No. 41 East Seoond-ttrset, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of
Counter, Plntform, Cnttle, if nllrond Depot,
huii irwa mniir-! I run V.
Iron W'nsona, cVr,
Bepairngdoueon the shortest aotice. ol-ia
B. KITTREDG'E & C O
1134 MAIM STREET, 0IMO tATl, 0.
KITREDGEsV FOLSOM.
36 St. Charles street, New Orleans, La
Importera of Onus St Hpcrtlnsj Appnnitnsi
AHD DIALMI II OCR POWPIB.
fl. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANVFACXUREIta OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs. Railroai fnikea
ten
Eto. Also, Agents for the sale of lrontrn Htw
Warerooms No. 13 last Second Street. Oin-tnnat
ails
Ohio.
rAII kinds Iron made to order.
m
LEJDE11T II VI,,
CUEANER OF SINKS AND VA'ILTS,
' No. 99 Sixth-streot, l,itween V ine and Jtace, is
me jueuicai iJoiioge,t;iuciuuail,Uhio. rerawosw
may tavor him with their patrouage,can relye pni
m ancy anil low prices, . , s-pl-ay
he
illoncy! iVIoucy! !Tloiicy!
loan"oppice. ,
iteinovud froan 56 Weal 8ixtlaii'tt,
,W ONET LOAUeBTn WATCHES, JEW-Iv-H-ELBV
aud all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 178 Vlne-strmt, between
FourUi and Vlljfr V4
P H I L A D TplTlA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
HO. 81 EIFTH-STKEET, SOUTH SIDE,
i (Near tbe,.cornpr of Vine,) , '
V. I VICKElU, Proprietor. '
Oystr and Game served In all styles. Meals stall
nniqm
hours
II. P. I, LI AS'
Hew Wholeiale
WATCn & JEWELM UOUSfi
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be had tverv article appertaining to tha
Business at a sunch lean price, for CASH, thai
baa ever before been offered to this market.
Q I V E USA CALL
Infl see for ronrselves. -. ail
wm.whitaker7
JBWKLKK,
No. U)t H. B. Cor. Firth and Lodge streets, be twos
Walnnt and Vine. Cincinnati.
A goof assortment of SILVKuand PLATED WABV
BP EOTACLS, etc., kept constantly on band.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Repairing
watciiae and Jewelry. myu
8EGGS SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
4 EE NOW RKCEIVIN3 ADDITIONS TO
tli. their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
silverware and Diamonds.
4140
A Ins assortment
sod Opera Ola.' .
1 Plated Tes Bats and Cutlery
tat
no9
WM. M . HUNTER.,
DENTIST,
' 996 V.lne.street.
J. TAPT,
. (Bnocessur to ttnowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST,
N. SBWest Foartb St., bet. Wstlaat sV Vine
M CINCINNATI, OHIO.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Kiceltior Flaid Ink.
MsvnafktiTt Tte M, ' .
MISCELLANEOUS.
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Day's Medal Jobber.
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W. T. & S. D. DAY & GO.,
MannfacUren and Dealers in ;
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AKD. POWER,)
Anil nil hlailn ot Priming- Materia), Nop,
I7:, 173 and 177 Weat woeond-stieet,
, CINCINNATI, OniO. -
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. ' Within the last
eighteen KMinths we have lutrodnced tbem Into fourv
teen liner eril states 01 tno union, with liiagreaiesi
satisfactlbu to the parties purchasing. The power
applied to I ho center of the pinion : consiiiently
there Is no possibility of its epriuKlng from any
amount of proasuro. The motion is so transmitted
to it a to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, Inaorllifr A PRRFKOT lolPBKSSlOM
high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBKR shotld
not purchase elsewhere without giving this sn ex
amination . They are strong, durable and rapid, and
ere. WARRANTED to give the moat entire satis
faction. nq
II ALL'S I'ATEiVT.
a
l f fl fcfPg l '
llsl
rpHE HOST BEIM ABLE FIRE AND
bu ROLAB pruuv bAFliH.-They nave given
more satisiaciion man any oiner now m use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOIIHAND Mftl
I.ARS to any serson that can.no to the nreaent
ume, snow a single instance wnerein tney nave uuiod
to preserve their contents.
With this dAFK we challense all comnetlt on. as
being the beet Fire Proof. Buralar Proof, or vlre
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment In the Orion, and the
sarty failing first, to forfeit to tha othar. the snm
Of- $2,000
we are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than auy other manufacturer In the United
States.
Itecona-nand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the nnblie to call and Hiram.
Ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, OABROLL A 00.,
ATUjlWt Hos. 15 end 17 Kaat Columbia street
Wi B. DODDB,
rormsrl r ct Hall.Dodds Oo. late Urban, Dod 4s A Vo.
W. fl. Dodds &, Co.,
: sijjrtrrAonjBiM or rai i. : .
OONO 1X33 T 33
Fire and Burglar Proof
m j3L 37" 33 S!
8. W. Corner of Vlue k Second Street.
This Is the most reliable PIltB AND BORGLA
PUOOF SAiTB that Is made In the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and fs of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere, .
We have large assortment on hand, and are de.
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Safes
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BAYI8 aj.
wajs on haatl at eitremely low prices. tnH
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggieta, Tea Dealers-and
others, made from extra Quality of Wrapping, Ua
Wra
V' rapping and Manilla;
2rtO,lIO No.
a,(HK) No.
aoojmo No. t
ao.iiuo No. a - , '
KM,UW No, 8 . , . ,
aw.wio No. id
2U0,(W0No. 18
t aM,M0No. ... .
2D0.0UC No. 18 ,
300,000 No. 30 '
' 300,000 No. ii ' ...
. io,i)O0No. 1 White Tea Bags;
200,000 No. a '
JOO.ooONo. 3 .'
The above are put np In packages of 500 bagi each
We are manufacturing from sixty to sevsotr-flvi
thousand Bags per da
JN1AUN OHATFIELD.
OC2J
. Paper Bag Manufactnrera,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 and 7 Walnut-street.
THE PALMER
PUMP COMPANY,
fORNER OF MIAMI CANAL AND
v TUtitu-BTuKKT, Cincinnati, lihlo, are maun
frtjtnrlna Inronlv. I'.linnr'. ..l.i,.., u .. ,1 . 1 1
fitctnring largely
f orce ana i.iit i
engines, ait ttiese wno are about to prtrchase
r".""n i .n.erii, orvwenea, immiii
rgely. Palmer's celebrated Hydraulic,
Lilt Pump. Also, bis Portable tltam
- ... nrvwvriesi I'lMIIl-
leriea, Dry Docks. Paper Mills, Unilruud
t fl 1 1 Cl I , . lflnM. iVrnn L 1 .1 I - ... ...
fact, for any purpose where a pump is needed, will
una 11 totneir advautage to call and see the work
log of these valuable inventions, or address the
PALMER PUMP COMPANY for a circular, whlob
will furnish the names of many who have used these
Pumps with perfect satifaoilon. da21dm
, ' wTIljSON, GAKL1CK b CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRE8SED
Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Grain, Ae.
Office north-west comer Sixth and Alain streets.
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait House. "".
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In the General Produce aud Commission Business,
under the style or Wilson, Oarliok A Co., respeot'
fully tj-nder theiriervlcesandsolicltlliH patronage ol
their friends and the public. Particular attention
pain 10 ouying ana soiling Hogs, Whisky, Hlour,
Grain, Ac. Their charges will lie as niodamna .L
any other good boose in thee My. Refer to t
chants of Cincinnati generafly.
'A; WILSON,
the mer-
no28bm
Ji. T, GARL10K,
L.T.BARlt. '
CHKISTM4S GOOO&! JOHN BATKS
has 011 hand a choice variety of luxuries Tor the
approaching festive season. Something for all I La
dies end gentlemen, large folks and little folks: aneli
1 new Raisins, rigs, Currants, Prunes, Nuts, Citron,
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Fine-apples', Jellies
and Preserves. Lobsters. Salmon ana Hardin...
Oysters. Fresh, Core, Spiced and Pickled, Isinglass
and Gelatine, Fins Brandies, Maderla, Port, Sherry,
C,ttw.b J"4, ilfe?1pgl", Wines, Jamaica Rui
scotch and Irish Whlaky, 4o Gentlemen will please
not forget that the choicest Havana Cigars are to be
had at National Theater Building, Sycamore-Street
lueivj
SADDLE, TMJM AMD UABNKH8
MANUFACTORY,
lOS UlaUaHitreett three doors nbeve Third,
KBBP ON AND AND MAEB TO 0R
DEB all k nds of Horse Trappings, In the best
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Herse Blaskets, Whips, Carpet and Leather
Bags. Bridle Bits, Buffalo Robes, Valises (the real
sole-leather), Mall Trunks, Ssonge.and a large as
ortnMntbelonginc to tbU Une. I will sell Is low
" W ' D. S. CAEEICX.
nols-ay - -
12ffc CARTOONS OF CHILDKEN'3
JAslvF Morooeo-heeled Boots!
120 cartoons of Uhlldrea's Fancy-heeled Boots;
.OOOpalrs of Women's Pegged Goat Boots, oustom
mnde, at 75 cents a pair.
In store and for sals by
JOHN 0AH1LL,
deJIam m Paui.atMt
a. oaed;
WM. F. HEWS0N. of the late I
- BW,S1$ ,H8'ines,wlll continue the (1
THE OYSTER TRADE.
'
Is
at
O.S.MALTBY
DIALU IK
OYSTERS
FRESH CAN
OYSTEtBS.
COVE
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oyster.''
FIUKLHD O V8TKR8
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
IKO DA1LT, by the Adams Cijreas, MALT.
DVB world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysteri.
AISO . ,
Tresh, Hermetically-sealed OOYI, SPIOID a
PIOKLIDOi'STKRS. .-.
ROBERT ORE, Agent
tr tf ' ' Depot. II West Flftb-otrwit
cm
' FRESH
OYSTERS
OAVAGNA'8
Oyster Importing .House.
NO. 31 WKHT KIFTH-8TH.BET.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING dally, per Espreas, his snlendld Oysters.
Haying completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the moat extensive scale, 1 will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "ana
thorestof mankind," with the moat LJEL10IOUE
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. Nono bo!
the very boat Imported. Great Inducements offered
at this Importing-house.
Order siollcltea and promptly filled. Terms cash
PETKR CAVAUNA,
tepldt '' ' Bole ImttPrtaratnd Proprietors
U) OYSTERS. r
TODD'S OLD STAND,
TVTO.sO SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
1 IKO daily, SETH'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OVSTEltS which I am selling at unprecedented
low prltws by case or doaen. Healers and Families
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment is s
nice, anlet: reaneotahle Saloon, wherevou can have
Oystsrs Cooked In every style, and served up in s
clea. i an J superior manner. Charges less than at an;
other pUce. loclOI JOHN NAIRN.
Ttin SMITH'S
1UVU, U1U11U u S l.w
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Depot, 0:i Mveninare-streef, opposite the
National Theater.
R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Fish and flame: fresh and sweat
Butter, Ac., delivered at all hours, free of charge.
iqem j
J. FARROW & SON'S
flELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
rereiveu oauy py (De Aaanis ex
press Company, in whole and half eaus.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very best quality. J. B. OWIMOS,
Agent, Mo. 27 Fifth-strept, let. Main
and Walnnt-straeta.
N. B.-The trade supplied on the most liberal
'WSIISaBBBBBBBBBBaBSBBSSBSBSSBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBaSWaMSHSI
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch ,
P11HILY SEUlXG MACHINES
BIOUBKD BY BICENT LBTTBR8 PATkHT. i
THIS' MACHINE' KAS BEEN PRO;
NOTJNCBP by all eompetent Jadsrea, whe
have seen it, to be the best and most desirable Fam.
Ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, regardless
f price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
snd uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 300. i
No oil Is nsed on top of the Machine.
Send for a circular, or call and see it in operation,
Upon early application, State and County Bights may
be secured, ' I
An energetic person can make a fortune In a short
time,. Agents wanted In all unsold territory. . :
U. C. BDRTMAN,
Be le and exclnsive agent for the United States,
sepllfrot U8 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati. I
PURE AIR!
New Mode of Ventila Aon!
Call nnd S.e One or j
SAWYER & CO'S
HAT E.N T ' I
Heiting and Ventilating Furnaces;
In operation at
OMAMBERLAIN k CO.'B j
Ston Ware-rooms, Not. 61 and SS Vine-Bt,
(Below Columbia.) .
Sawyer & Co.
fno9ay . "
ANCHOR
CoalCookiugStoye,
AWARDED TUB SILVER UBDAL
ATIHP , ,. '
STATE FAIR,
, Held ai Zanesvllle, October, 1839.
'. MANUFACTURED' BY
MMMAI & TO,,
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
o. .Tl ami 53 Viue-st.,
' (Seooai door Below Colombia,) '
CINCINNATI.
notcml
OHIO.
Holiday Presents.
I HAVE JUST OPENED A LOT OF
Bisque and China Figures, Fancy Inkstand
Vases, Jewel and Ilatcb-boxes, Fancy Shaving ni. I
Work-boxes, and other Fanoy Goods too numeroi .
to mention, suitsble for the Holidays, which I wi
sell cheaper than any other establishment in tl,
city. H KM RY DAVID,
So. 378 Main-street, between Sixth and Seventh
K. B. Also a new lot of Fancy Soaps, Perfumer, .
Extracts, sc. de!3
Book Binding
JN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 IAE1
roarth-atreot, stween Main and 8reamoe, Oil
'innatl.
sr R-blndlnt I sverystrls. Maslt Books nee
y snd dnerably bond. ' O. OROPPKB
flvsO'S t
J. M'ELEVEY,
Uerchart Tailor;
No. 48 FOLtU H-STREET, '
del3tf LODKON BCILD1BG
Dooi; and Gate-8pringi, '
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS, '
SLVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hunc. Keys Fitted.
Th nnllM mrm MiMultftillt Iffivttttil bt Mil an J
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to i '-'
saws Me.iMtiMt'wlitmftM,
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Fl II at. w BJMV . 1
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
. sWAger,cy established in Olnolnnstl in lH'JS.an
tedating ell present local Insurance Opejpanles and
Agencies In the Insurance business In this city. J.I
years com-ant duty here.combined with wealth, ex
aoriencentHrprlae and liberality, especially com.
mend the .ETNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patrouaaeof this oommunitl'-standlngsolitarr
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer ol
Cincinnati nudiTWrlters of 1S'J5.
Losses paid In Cincinnati 1HiaT M
Venrs. 15,054 'J7.
Cash Capital $1,000,000."
IABSOLUTK AND UNIMPAIRBDJ WITH A
SUHPIiUS OK 91,030,433 80s
And the prestige of 40 years success and ezpesleiios.
IKVIBTMIHTt OP . .
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OP R!'J,Opfl,OO0, LOSSES
Hare been paid by the Mint lnsuranoe Company la
the past 40 years.
fire asid lalaad Navlsrailea.-Risks accepted
at terms oonslstent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for term of 1 to 5y ..a.
Application mads to any duly .athorlzed Agent
promptly attended to. Ry strlot attention to a legit
imate Insurance Laslness, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P Ucle issued without delay by
JAS H. OA ,TKB, Agent, N. 40 Malu strait.
A. t. rAT0 AaslsUnt Agent.
H. K. LIMU KT. Agent 171 Vine street.-
J.J. HOOKA , Agent. fuitou. 17th Ward, and
WESTKKN INSURANCE COMPANY
OP CINCINNATI.
OFPIOB IN SUE SE06KD STORY OF
No. 2 Frout-streot, between Main and Sycamore,
This Company Is taking fire, Inland aud Marine
Risks at current rates uf premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid..
" ' DIRECTORS:
T FKckort, T Hall, S W Pomeroy.
William Olenu. WCWhltcber, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitcboll, W H Comstock, LSI Stone,
Robt Buchanan, UOShaw, (loo Stall,
Wm Sellew, both Xvana, J H Taaffe,
David Gibson, . , H BracUman, ; J Qlsham, '
H Clearwater, Thos R Klllott.
. T. V. E0K1CRT, President.
Stsphkh Moags, Secretary. nod
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
D1BB0T0R8:
William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen,
Jauies r. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkeulirecher, Joseph Reakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Was. Ifisher,
Ueorge It. Dixon.
' ISAAC 0. COPKLBN, President:
Qso. W. UorKUN, Secretary.
A. U. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is propared to Issue Policies on rire and Marine
Risks, on lavorulile terms. Ollice Ho. 3 Wist Third
street, Trust Co. liuildlug. : - . noobfoi
National Insurance Co.,
' ' -'' Cincinnati, Ohio. '
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Pront-streets.)
JUaxine, Inland Transportation and
, fixe Bisks , .,;.,
. TAKEN AT CVRBBNT IIATB8.
' "WRE0T0R8: ' ;
John Burgorne. X M Smith. ttnhart lMno.
JWm SPwor,h. Vf" 1 Meore, ' M Kechheimer,
X Wiedemer, Thos Ong, 8 W Smith, -L
Ross Thos R Biggs, Henry Kills.
H. p. URNER, Sec'y. JI5. 'bOROonJI, Pres.
noebfm P. A. Spnionaw, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
i ESTABLISUED IN 1829.
CAPITAL. - 8150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SURES against Loss and Damag. by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
DIRECTORS: ' '
Jno.WHartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John WKllii, JamosLupton, Chas.W Rowland.
John W Dudley, James A i'rasor, J V Can Held.
f T Woodrow, . H M W Taylor, .A 8 Winslow, .
0 S Williams, H HcBirney, Bowman 0 Baker,
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' ' FIRE AND MARINE. ,
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
, ., J. W. GARRISON, Proaldent.
8. W. BEEDEB, Secretary.
Dibectoss Henry KesBlor, Anthony Kay, Wui.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel 11. Tafl, George W.
Townley. Smith BetU.
8UBVK10B8 J. B. Lawderaud David Baker: deday
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aOOFIiVfw! ROOFING!
THE " rUTCAI,T ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest lUetal Roof now nsed, its
merits teeted by an experience of years Ih this city
aud vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
aut.,Epuaure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ot
the United States, can bo applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
OALDWBLL A 00,
IfH-tf 132 West Second street.
RIBBONS,
FLOWERS
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at a liuel
advance on Mew fork prices, wholesale and ratal',
! ... . J. WEBB, Jr.,:
no IH4 rifth-straet. bet. Race and Rim.
OANDYI OAND Y
EC. NT. OldARK,
(Saoosssor to Mrsu Jo,)
Mumfoctnrera and Wholalt UesMrt
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FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MA1JI BTRSST, CINCINNATI
: . niyiT
C. W. MACKELFRE8H,
. Olaaamofarer of
TIN. SHEET IRON AND ZINC WARE,
.Baling and Seldllts Powder Box .1, Tin Speak.
Fifth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
SWT All kinds of Job Work promptly attended to.
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ORIENTAL EXCHANGE.
TM??SNEp,HAyiKQ REITIT
. TKTI Ilia HAT.IIIIN In it., n i
their friends with the best Imported
winas, Liiquors anu cigars. nsT.'
aSTRilllmnH HK.1W,... . . .
rr" vin serveu ia
every style.
de-"' HA8TVY00D A BARQBNT.
ff OLIDAT G00D8.-W. have just r.
r!r "vl l,rg" PJPlrofnew Frnlts, snch as
figs. Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Blaak
P,rl,!5',w8tl;a""?,rr,Ml aM0"d Jellies aid Jams.
jSfS6d ''Si'"! '.n endless variety ; delicate Old
Port. Sherry, Madeira and Champagne Wine, form
. -,rf "d Bd onmnlsta aesortmsnt of
sale, wholesale and retail, by
a . - . McDonald a oo.,
deli 56 and Branch Store M Wwi Fnurtb-si
WMM. II. BALDWIN, ATTORKEY
AND OOHM8KLL0K AT LAW and lla.ior
rjommiaslaner of the Superior and Common HI. us

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